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The Florida Project 2017
Tonight, I watched The Florida Project with my Mom. I looked through my watchlist, read the description to her, and she immediately replied “let's put it on, it sounds interesting.”
Growing up, she always brought me to the local cinema, and she continues to love everything about movies to this day—foreign/domestic, indie/studio, new/old, it doesn't matter. Part of our annual ritual at Christmas was to duck out of the family festivities in the late morning, and go off to a…
If La La Land was Damien Chazelle’s musical love letter to Hollywood, then Babylon is his coke-fueled-stream-of-consciousness-On-The-Road-Jack-Kerouac-no-line-breaks love letter to movies in general. This thing is unhinged on every level and reviewing it would sound like SNL’s Stefon describing the hottest new club in town. It wanders, it wallows, and it revels in self-grandeur for more than three hours—but it also manages to be one of the most entertaining movies of the year. It loves moviemaking more than The Fabelmans,…
2001: A Space Odyssey 1968
Two days have passed since I watched the film, yet the thought of writing about it still overwhelms me. After years of trying to track down a 70mm screening, I finally lucked out this weekend in Palm Springs. The experience was so monumental that I'll need more time—and many additional viewings—to fully process what happened in this full-scale assault on cinema. But one thing is certain: 55 years after its original premiere, 2001 is still the ultimate trip.
The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent 2022
Based on the true story of what happens when two Letterboxd users meet in real life.